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Tuesday, 20 February 2018

Photos: FIFA President, Gianni Infantino pays courtesy visit to Governor Ambode at the State House, Ikeja

Photos:?FIFA President, Gianni Infantino pays courtesy visit to Governor?Ambode at the State House, Ikeja



FiFA President, Gianni Infantino and his Executive team visited Lagos House, Ikeja today and were received by the state governor, Akinwunmi Ambode.

Infantino during the visit said that he is excited about visiting Lagos, adding that it is a pleasure and honor to be in Lagos State. He specially thanked the Governor for having him and his team in Lagos for the FIFA Executive Football Summit.

The Governor thanked FIFA President for having Justice Ayorinde Phillips as a member of the Ethics Committee of FIFA and also said that the state is big on youths and women soccer development with huge tourism potential to hold FIFA events.
Photos:?FIFA President, Gianni Infantino pays courtesy visit to Governor?Ambode at the State House, Ikeja
Photos:?FIFA President, Gianni Infantino pays courtesy visit to Governor?Ambode at the State House, Ikeja
Photos:?FIFA President, Gianni Infantino pays courtesy visit to Governor?Ambode at the State House, Ikeja

Florida School Shooting: 15-year-old student in 'bad shape' after taking five bullets shielding his classmates from the attacker’s shots

Florida School Shooting: 15-year-old student in



A 15-year-old student at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School is facing a “long road ahead” after he was hit five times shielding his classmates from the attacker’s bullets last week.

Anthony Borges, a soccer player, put his body between shooter Nikolas Cruz and his fellow students on Wednesday, according to survivors of the massacre that killed 17.
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“None of us knew what to do. So, he took the initiative to just save his other classmates,” his friend, Carlos Rodriguez, told ABC News. Rodriguez said that Borges was the last student who fled into a classroom to hide, and blocked bullets from hitting others by standing in the doorway as he tried to lock the room shut. Borges then called his father to tell him he’d been shot. 

The Broward County Sheriff’s office said that the boy hailed as a “hero” by classmates who survived uninjured had been shot five times. “Fortunately, he is recovering — but has a long road ahead with more surgeries needed,” it posted on Facebook Sunday, adding that Sheriff Scott Israel was “honored” to visit him.

Borges was the last wounded victim of the shooting to be in critical condition, but has since been updated to fair. A GoFundMe page for the Borges family had raised more than $65,000 as of Sunday night

Photos: PDP Lawmaker In Abia State, Mandela Obasi empowers his Constituents with hoes and cutlasses

Photos: PDP Lawmaker In Abia State, Mandela Obasi?empowers his Constituents with hoes and cutlasses



These viral photos show a PDP lawmaker in Abia State, Hon. Mandela Obasi, empowering his constituents with new cutlasses and hoes.

According to reports, he reportedly said he wants to encourage the people to be more productive.
Photos: PDP Lawmaker In Abia State, Mandela Obasi?empowers his Constituents with hoes and cutlasses
Photos: PDP Lawmaker In Abia State, Mandela Obasi?empowers his Constituents with hoes and cutlasses

Video/Photos: Nigerian woman arrested for allegedly assaulting a policeman in India

Video/Photos: Nigerian woman arrested for allegedly assaulting a policeman in India



An unnamed Nigerian woman was arrested last month for allegedly assaulting a policeman in Bengaluru, India.
The officer identified as Anand, a constable attached to the KG Halli Police Station was allegedly slapped by the woman on January 18, 2018.
Video/Photos: Nigerian woman arrested for allegedly assaulting a policeman in India
At time of the report, the woman whose identity has not been revealed was questioned after being arrested by the KG Halli police.
According to bystanders, the woman was apparently in an inebriated state and had been loitering in the area which prompted the cop on duty to stop and question which in turn made her violent

All recovered assets will be sold off - President Buhari

All recovered assets will be sold off - President Buhari



On Monday, President Muhammadu Buhari in Daura, his hometown, said all mismanaged and misappropriated national assets recovered will be sold off and proceeds paid to the treasury for the benefit of the country.

President Buhari who gave the assurance when he received representatives of social groups in Daura Emirate said his administration will continue to pursue a robust, effective and legitimate anti-corruption campaign that safeguards the treasury and commonwealth of all Nigerians.

The President said he would not allow a repeat of what happened in the 1980s when buildings and other ill-gotten property seized by his military administration were returned to corrupt officials following his ouster as Head of State. The President told the groups that the APC-led government will consolidate on the gains and monumental achievements in the development of infrastructure across the country.

“For most ordinary Nigerians, if you give them good roads, railway and stable electric power they will be happy to carry on with their lives. We are doing so much for our country and we will continue to do more out of the fear of God,” the President said.

On agriculture development, the President promised that the Federal Government will sustain the provision of funds, improved seedlings and fertilizer to farmers to ensure that the sector remains the largest employer of labour to Nigerians.

On the key priorities of the administration, the President maintained that the records of achievements on security, war against corruption and the revival of the economy, have remained very impressive. He expressed delight that more young people are venturing into agribusiness while security, especially in the northeast, had remarkably changed from what he met in 2015.

+18... Blac Chyna's sex tape with Mechie leaks and it's extremely graphic

+18... Blac Chyna



Blac Chyna is the latest celebrity to have her sex tape go viral.
The mother-of-two was captured on video giving oral sex to a man. The video which lasted about 1 min 23 secs is currently trending all over social media. 
Meanwhile, Mechie, the man Chyna began dating after she broke up with Rob Kardashian, has replied, confirming he's the one in the video with Blac Chyna. 

+18... Blac Chyna

Chyna's lawyers have warned against the video being shared, classifying it as revenge porn but you can see screenshots below.
+18... Blac Chyna
+18... Blac Chyna

Man dies of heart attack after masturbating 62 times on valentine's day

Man dies of heart attack after masturbating 62 times on valentine

A 33-year-old South African man, David Mabuza has reportedly died of heart attack after masturbating 62 times in a row.
Mabuza, who lived with his parents, was found dead in his bedroom after apparently self-servicing too much.  It is speculated that he was suffering from depression due to being “extremely lonely” on Valentine’s Day.  
David’s Mother called security officials after discovering his corpse in his room. According to what David’s mother told Nusa reporters “1 hour passed since I had called him out for lunch. David was the kind of boy to steal food off your plate when you were not looking, I knew something was wrong when he didn’t come out to eat, he was a great kid” she said.
Police arrived at the home about an hour after Mabuza called them.  Officer Ronny Mkhize told Nusa reporters what they saw when they opened David’s bedroom door.
“The young man was on his bed… his pen*s was detached from his body, it must have been so intense it just came off his body, we found his pen*s gripped in his left hand so tightly we couldn’t get it out, it was tragic”.  
Investigators are still investigating the case for more information, Mabuza’s funeral will take place sometime next week.

Matthew Falder who forced teen to rape boy, 4 jailed for 32 years

Matthew Falder who forced teen to rape boy, 4 jailed for 32 years

One of Britain’s most prolific paedophiles who forced a girl to eat dog food has been jailed for 32 years.
Cambridge graduate Dr Matthew Falder, 29, blackmailed a string of vulnerable victims after tricking them to send him humiliating images. It emerged that he duped victims into providing images by posing as a female artist who wanted to turn them into life drawings. Falder also coerced male and female victims into producing "increasingly severe self-generated indecent images of themselves, the focus of these images being to humiliate and degrade".
Falder forced one victim to film herself licking toilet seats, a used tampon and eating dog food, and set up secret cameras in bathrooms to record women and girls naked. Another was blackmailed into eating his feces and drinking urine, while the 29-year-old also encouraged the rape of a boy, aged two, by his own father. He also set up hidden cameras in publicly accessible toilets and at his parents’ home, catching his unsuspecting victims on film, and using the footage to blackmail the victims and trade it with others online.
He has admitted 137 offenses, including blackmail, voyeurism and encouraging the rape of a child, relating to 46 complainants after being caught by an international inquiry led by the National Crime Agency. He was arrested in June last year after three traumatized victims, who were tricked into sending him humiliating images, attempted to end their own lives.

Matthew Falder who forced teen to rape boy, 4 jailed for 32 years Inside his flat where Falder co-ordinated his sickening abuse

Sentencing Falder, Judge Philip Parker QC said: "As for your equally extraordinary sexual offending – no-one who knew you above ground had an inkling of what you were doing below the surface."
The judge branded him an "internet highwayman", adding: "You wanted to assume total control over your victims. Your behavior was cunning, persistent, manipulative and cruel."
For the victims, he said: "The damage is on-going for these individuals it will never end, knowing the abuse caused by you still exists in other unknown persons’ computers."
The judge, who also concluded Falder was a dangerous offender, added: "These sentencing remarks underplay your relentless, obsessive desire to continue committing offences."
Opening the facts of the case against Falder, prosecutor Ruona Iguyovwe previously told the court that many of the images gotten by Falder from his victims were distributed on so-called "hurtcore" websites on the dark web, showing material depicting sexual and physical abuse. Falder, who treated victims both as sex objects and as objects of derision, posted on one forum "100 things we want to see at least once". In remarks in that post, he suggested "a young girl being used as a dartboard", production of a video depicting a child’s bones being "slowly and deliberately broken", and the abuse of "a paralysed child".
Falder, of Harborne Park Road, Birmingham, committed the offences over an eight-year period and never physically met any of his victims, but instead manipulated them from afar by duping them into providing nude images and personal details. 
Judge Parker told Falder: "Matthew Falder, you are 29 years old and prior to this you had no previous conviction. You were brought up by a loving family in Cheshire, excelled at school, went up to Cambridge (University), graduated and emerged with a Master’s and a PhD.
"One of your tutors said you were one of the finest students he’d ever supervised and your work had an international impact. Therefore you are extremely talented and had a close group of friends, were the life and soul of the party, and had a dynamic social magnetism.
"You became a lecturer at university in Birmingham – where you were arrested on September 21 2017."
Speaking after sentence, NCA senior investigating officer Matt Sutton said: "In more than 30 years of law enforcement I’ve never come across an offender whose sole motivation was to inflict such profound anguish and pain. Matthew Falder revelled in it.
"I’ve also never known such an extremely complex investigation with an offender who was technologically savvy and able to stay hidden in the darkest recesses of the dark web."
He concluded: "I commend the victims for their bravery and I urge anyone who is being abused online to report it. There is help available."

Brazilian derby clash abandoned after footballers received 10 red cards and eight yellows for throwing punches in mass brawl (Photos)

Brazilian derby clash abandoned after footballers received 10 red cards and eight yellows for throwing punches in mass brawl (Photos)

A derby match between Brazilian clubs Vitoria and Bahia was abandoned on Sunday after a mass brawl forced the referee to end the Bahia state championship clash.
The referee gave eight yellow in the fierce match which also followed with 10 red cards.
Brazilian derby clash abandoned after footballers received 10 red cards and eight yellows for throwing punches in mass brawl (Photos)
Read Mail Online Sport report below.
A Brazilian derby match between Vitoria and Bahia was abandoned with 11 minutes remaining on Sunday after the hosts had six men sent off in a game marked by a mass punch-up between players from both sides.
Brazilian derby clash abandoned after footballers received 10 red cards and eight yellows for throwing punches in mass brawl (Photos)
The score in the Bahia state championship clash was 1-1 when Bruno Bispo became the ninth player, and the fifth from Vitoria, to be shown the red card.
With teams requiring a minimum of seven players, the referee was forced to end the game.
Denilson opened the scoring for Vitoria after 33 minutes but Vinicius levelled with a penalty four minutes into the second half.
Brazilian derby clash abandoned after footballers received 10 red cards and eight yellows for throwing punches in mass brawl (Photos)
He celebrated with a provocative dance in front of the Vitoria supporters, which led to fury from the home players.
Punches were thrown from both sides and five men were sent off, three from Bahia and two from Vitoria.
Brazilian derby clash abandoned after footballers received 10 red cards and eight yellows for throwing punches in mass brawl (Photos)
Two more players, one from each side, were sent off a couple of minutes later, as tempers frayed and trouble spread to the terraces.
With 13 minutes left a fourth Vitoria player was sent off, prompting Bispo to kick the ball away and force the referee into awarding him his second yellow and a match-ending red.
Brazil's sporting court will now decide what action to take over the indiscipline and the result.
See more photos below.
Brazilian derby clash abandoned after footballers received 10 red cards and eight yellows for throwing punches in mass brawl (Photos)Brazilian derby clash abandoned after footballers received 10 red cards and eight yellows for throwing punches in mass brawl (Photos)Brazilian derby clash abandoned after footballers received 10 red cards and eight yellows for throwing punches in mass brawl (Photos)Brazilian derby clash abandoned after footballers received 10 red cards and eight yellows for throwing punches in mass brawl (Photos)

Monday, 19 February 2018

Photos: Corps member dies in Abia State two months to POP

 Photos: Corps member dies in Abia State two months to POP

Batch A Corps member, Adeyemi Ajao, due to complete his National Youth Service Corps in April 2018, has passed away.
27-year -old Adeyemi Ajao, a graduate of the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria allegedly died from kidney failure around 9am on Sunday, February 11, 2018 .
 Photos: Corps member dies in Abia State two months to POP
Late Ajoa, from Ogbomosho, Oyo State, served in the Ministry of Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs, Umuahia, Abia State.
His body was conveyed to his hometown last Thursday. The graduate of Local Government Studies would have clocked 28 on March 17.
 Photos: Corps member dies in Abia State two months to POP
Meanwhile, friends have taken to Facebook to pay tributes to him. One of them wrote:
"I meet Ajao Oluwashina Adeyemi in the year 2012. He was my mentor. He made me to understand that our dialect is very important. He was the type that works hard even in the house of worship. HE WAS FREE TO PEOPLE
We struggled together from 100 level  to 400 level, we struggled as if the struggle not gonna end! 
Just two months remaining for our POP Death took him!
He even promised Oni Donald Adekunle, that he gonna visit him after the service year with his car! 
REST IN PEACE BROTHER"
Another wrote:
"What a painful and a sad news. Just  Two months remaining to finish his  National youth service, devil stole him away from his parents and beloved ones.Miss u Ajao Oluwashina Adeyemi a citizen of Ogbomosho. The entire stream A batch A corper in Abia state miss u.RIP"

 Photos: Corps member dies in Abia State two months to POP

 Photos: Corps member dies in Abia State two months to POP

 Photos: Corps member dies in Abia State two months to POP
 Photos: Corps member dies in Abia State two months to POP

Mum feared she had a burst appendix but minutes later she gave birth to a surprise baby girl

A mum who had no idea she was pregnant woke in the night with excruciating pain and randomly gave birth to a baby girl in her bathroom.
Charlene Fullerton, 32, was on the Pill after her and her partner, Steven Fraser, 34, decided they didn't want any more kids after having their third daughter, Emily. The full-time mum from Falkirk, Stirlingshire in Scotland then took in again despite being on the pill.
For the whole nine months she was pregnant, she had no idea because she was still having her monthly periods. The mother even did two pregnancy tests after people asked if she was pregnant and both tests came out negative. She had no pregnancy symptom except for the weight gain. However, in the early hours of August 21, 2017, she woke feeling terrible and rushed to the bathroom only to find out she was bleeding and suffering from severe cramps.
The new mother said: "I had no idea I was pregnant."

Mum feared she had a burst appendix but minutes later she gave birth to a surprise baby girl

She recalled the night she woke in pain, saying: "I know now that these were contractions, but I’d already had three kids and they didn’t feel anything like the contractions I had with them. This was more like a continuous pain."
She immediately woke her partner-of-15 years and told him something was seriously wrong.
She said: "He thought maybe my appendix had burst. He had no idea what was about to happen."
Steven called an ambulance and, after telling the operator about Charlene's symptoms, was told she could be in labour. Within minutes, Charlene confirmed this when she felt the urge to push. The operator then guided Steven through the process, as he delivered their baby girl and placed her in her mother’s arms.

Mum feared she had a burst appendix but minutes later she gave birth to a surprise baby girl

Charlene said she had drunk glasses of wine and smoked a cigarette during the previous nine months. Thankfully, the baby was born healthy and her older children were shocked to find her with a baby when they woke.
She added: "The noise woke up our older girls and they came downstairs to unlock the door. Sophie just gasped and said, 'Mummy, have you had a baby?' They were shocked – but then so were we."
 Mum feared she had a burst appendix but minutes later she gave birth to a surprise baby girl

EFCC arraigns man for internet scam, money laundering(photo)

EFCC arraigns man for internet scam, money laundering(photo)



Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Ibadan zonal office today arraigned one David Ayomide Raphael before Justice Joyce Abdulmalik of the Federal High Court sitting in Ibadan, Oyo State, on an eight-count charge of money laundering .
Raphael was arraigned following an anonymous petition alleging that a syndicate of fraudsters who resides at Kola area, Oluyole, Ibadan was into fraudulent activities. 
Investigation into the petition by operatives of Commission revealed that members of the syndicate - Davies Ayomide Raphael and two others at large (Oyewole Segun Samuel and Adeyemi Adewumi Segun) were specialized in internet scam through which they defraud innocent people, while using fictitious address to purchase items online such as cars and furniture with fake PayPal. 
It was also discovered that the defendant also engages in online dating to defraud unsuspecting victims. One of the counts reads: 
“That you, Davies Ayomide Raphael, Adeyemi Adewumi Segun (at large) and Oyewole Segun Samuel (at large) on or about the 4th of January 2016, at Ibadan within the jurisdiction of this Federal High Court, did agree amongst yourselves to commit an offence, to wit: money laundering and thereby committed an offence contrary to and punishable under Section 18 (a) of the Money Laundering (Prohibition) Act 2011 (As Amended) and punishable under Section 15 (3) of the same Act”.
Another charge reads: 
“That you, Davies Ayomide Raphael on the 20th of June 2016, at Ibadan within the jurisdiction of this Federal High Court, did directly take possession of the sum of N235,000.00 (Two Hundred and Thirty Five Thousand Naira) only transferred to you by Adeyemi Adewumi Segun which sum you knew or reasonably ought to have known form part of the proceeds of your unlawful act and thereby committed an offence contrary to Section 15 (2) (d) of the Money Laundering (Prohibition) Act 2011 (As Amended) and punishable under Section 15 (3) of the same Act”.
The defendant pleaded not guilty to the charges preferred against him.
In view of his plea, counsel to the EFCC, Sanusi M. Galadanshi prayed the court for a trial date and urged the court to remand the defendant in prison custody. 
However, counsel to the defendant, J. A. Sanusi informed the court of a pending bail application on behalf of his client and prayed the court to allow the defendant remain in the EFCC's custody pending the hearing of the application.
Justice Abdulmalik granted the prayer and ordered that the defendant be remanded in EFCC's custody pending hearing of his bail application.
The case is adjourned to February 27, 2018 for hearing of bail application and commencement of trial.

Kenyan National team head coach, Paul Put resigns citing 'personal reasons'

Kenyan National team head coach, Paul Put resigns citing

Kenya's Football Federation has confirmed that Paul Put has resigned as coach of the Harambee Stars. The 61-year-old Belgian stepped down for "personal reasons."  

Kenya's Federation said in a statement that Paul Put's resignation is "a setback to the country's ongoing 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualification campaign."  Stanley Okumbi, who was in charge of the Harambee Stars in 2016, takes over as interim coach.  

The federation also announced they have already begun the process of finding a replacement for Put. Kenya are currently third in Group F of qualifying for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations, following a 2-1 loss away to Sierra Leone last June. They are scheduled to face the group's leaders Ghana in Nairobi in September. Put - who signed a two-year contract with Kenya in November has previously coached both the Gambia's and Burkina Faso's national sides. Under his tenure, Burkina Faso finished as runners-up in the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations, losing to Nigeria in the final.

Photos: French Ice dancer Gabriella Papadakis suffers 'worst nightmare' after serious nip slip at Winter Olympics (18+)

Photos: French Ice dancer Gabriella Papadakis suffers



The 22-year-old skater and her partner Guillaume Cizeron, 23, were performing their routine when glittering emerald costume got unhooked at the neckline and this left her breast exposed live on television.

Photos: French Ice dancer Gabriella Papadakis suffers
But the French couple were able to overcome the wardrobe malfunction, as they went ahead to produce a score of 81.93 points on Monday, living them second behind Canadian stars Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir.
Meanwhile, the rules state that losing any part of a costume, even a hair clip, can lead to a one-point deduction.  It's yet unknown if the judges will take any decision on couple's wardrobe issue. 
Speaking on the situation, Gabriella said: 'It was pretty distracting, kind of my worst nightmare happening at the Olympics. 'I told myself, "I don't have a choice. I have to keep going," and that's what we did. I think we can be proud of ourselves being able to deliver a great performance with that happening.' 
See more photos below..

Photos: French Ice dancer Gabriella Papadakis suffers
Photos: French Ice dancer Gabriella Papadakis suffers Photos: French Ice dancer Gabriella Papadakis suffers Photos: French Ice dancer Gabriella Papadakis suffers Photos: French Ice dancer Gabriella Papadakis suffers Photos: French Ice dancer Gabriella Papadakis suffers Photos: French Ice dancer Gabriella Papadakis suffers

Huge heap of refuse dump collapses in Mozambique killing 17 people and crushing several homes

Huge heap of refuse dump collapses in Mozambique killing 17 people and crushing several homes




At least 17 people have been killed in Mozambique's capital, Maputo, after a huge mound of refuse collapsed on their homes. 

Many more residents were injured when the pile of waste, some 15m (49ft) high, gave way during the heavy rains this morning as rescue workers continue to search for people still trapped.  

The city of Maputo has experienced heavy rainfall since Sunday, which has damaged homes and flooded roads.  Several properties were crushed in the incident in the Hulene district of Maputo, one of the poorest parts of the capital as it occured while people were sleeping inside.
Huge heap of refuse dump collapses in Mozambique killing 17 people and crushing several homes
A spokesman for the emergency services, Leonilde Pelembe, warned that more victims could be trapped under the waste saying "the information we received from local authorities is that the number of people living in those houses exceeds the number of deaths recorded".